The earliest known evidence of skiing comes from rock drawings in Norway from 4500-5000 BC.
Skiing, or traveling over snow on skis, has a history of at least five millennia. The
earliest archaeological examples of skis were found in Russia and date to 5000 ...
Prehistory: Rock paintings and skis preserved in bogs show that hunters and
trappers used skis at least 5000 years ago.
After the last ice age, Stone Age hunters began strapping long pieces of wood to
their feet to travel farther and faster over snow in pursuit of the game that ...
May 22, 2016 ... In ancient times, skiing was about getting from A to B on snow efficiently. ... and
may reflect an early history of geographic isolation, genetic drift, ...
The history of skiing in photos from cave paintings in Norway to Lake Sindor, and
the inventions of camber ski, metal edges, wood, plastic, shaped, fat skis.
Dec 22, 2010 ... The history of skiing spans from the Cro-Magnon man to the chairlift. Find out
where to get closer to its roots.
Who invented skiing? Norway, Russia, Finland, Sweden, or China? Discover the
early origins fo the sport.
Aug 24, 2015 ... History. Skiing for transport, hunting, and war. Skiing was a prehistoric activity;
the oldest known skis date to between 8000 and 7000 bce and ...
History of Skiing in the United States. The Norwegians, Swedes, Lapps, and
other inhabitants of northern lands used skis for many centuries before skiing ...